A bright and refreshing combination of sweet and tangy, this mint hibiscus lemonade is ideal for spring and summer gatherings.
As a kid, I was only aware of three lemonades: regular lemonade, strawberry lemonade, and that strange pink lemonade that simply tasted like regular lemonade. Then I grew up and learned about the wide world of lemonades, limeades, and Arnold Palmers.
One of my favorite taco places in Los Angeles, serves a delicious agua de jamaica (hibiscus tea). It’s this intense crimson red drink that’s sweet, yet tangy, and oh so addicting. I’ve shared several variations of cold brew hibiscus tea on the blog. And today, I’m sharing quite possibilty the best variation. Mint Hibiscus Lemonade.
Similar to how an Arnold Palmer mixes lemonade and iced tea, this drink combines mint lemonade with mint hibiscus tea.
The resulting drink is sweet, sour, floral and herbal. It’s so many things packed into one.
I foresee serving this at upcoming parties and gatherings. With so many pregnant and nursing friends, I’m always eager to a find a non-alcoholic mocktail that can please all tastes. Best of all, this hibiscus lemonade is super easy to make for large crowds. (Not to mention, it’s very inexpensive. You can buy bags of dried hibiscus flowers at Latin market for a great deal!)